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Workshop: Writing Ourselves Through Song

  • South Oxford Space, Great Room 138 S. Oxford Street Brooklyn, NY 11217 (map)

In this workshop, Danielle Brown, Ph.D., author of East of Flatbush, North of Love: An Ethnography of Home, discusses the importance of writing self and how music can be used as an organizing tool when writing a memoir. In addition to Dr. Brown sharing insights from her own creative process, the workshop will include writing exercises, and participants will have an opportunity to share their ideas and/or works-in-progress. No music or writing experience is needed. Just bring writing utensils and a good attitude. Whether you write as a hobby, are looking to publish, or simply want an educational and creative way to wind down your day, join us for an afternoon of music and storytelling in this interactive workshop.

 

Saturday, January 19, 2019, 1:15pm—2:45pm

South Oxford Space, Great Room

138 S. Oxford Street

Brooklyn, NY 11217

Cost: $40

Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at our online store: www.mypeopletellstories.com/store

For more information: brown@mypeopletellstories.com

Earlier Event: July 9
Caribbean Music Pedagogy Workshop